Add the certificate used to sign the PowerShell module to trusted publisher during installation. It is cumbersome to script around and the certificate itself should be trusted anyway.0 votesdeclined · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
This is an implementation detail of PowerShell and not something we plan to fix. It is possible to work around this by using Get-AuthenticodeSignature to get the signing certificate from ConfigurationManager.psd1. You can then write this certificate to Cert:\LocalMachine\TrustedPublisher. This should prevent the trust prompt from appearing.
Note that this certificate can change from release to release.
I hope this helps reduce some of the pain here.
Export functionality for user data/profile, remote connection profile, and company resource access features
This is a DCR from one of our MVPs. The ask is for the same export feature that exists for configuration baselines and configuration items be available for:
* User data/profiles
* Remote connection profiles
* Company resource access profiles, such as:
- * VPN profiles
- * Wi-Fi profiles
- * Email profiles
- * Certificate profiles
The MVP also states that, "the history is important for auditing purposes as well as rollback in case of non-authorized changes.
If this is important to you, please vote this up!0 votes
We have deprecated SCCM Hybrid.
For details, see here:
It is always hard to find tenantID, Onmicrosoft.com address and Service Instance when managing Intune in Hybrid.
It would be of great help if we could get this information in the Microsoft Intune Subscription View in the ConfigMgr Admin Console0 votesdeclined · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Hybrid MDM is no longer supported by Configuration Manager. See: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/configmgr/mdm/understand/what-happened-to-hybrid
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